ST KITTS & NEVIS
From epic surfing, rock formations and wild waves crashing onto dramatic beaches to cliffs, blow holes and views that go on forever. Atlantic facing East coast Barbados is rugged, wild and well worth a visit. We took a Bajan road trip to discover a different side of Barbados.
A stay at Cobblers Cove, Barbados boutique hotel – the epitome of Caribbean cool meets British elegance. Read my review of this gorgeous Caribbean hotel…
St Kitts is a pocket gem of an island which has something to get everyone’s holiday vibe going. Here are my top 20 things to do in St Kitts and Nevis
If the words ‘Caribbean island’ conjure up images of palm fringed beaches, soft white sand and turquoise waters then I know the perfect place for a Caribbean beach break that won’t blow the budget.
St Kitts is an island of adventure, activity and adrenaline. I had five island adventures in St Kitts. Hold onto your hat…
Ocean Terrace Inn sits on the bay on the south-west coast of St Kitts overlooking Basseterre. The view of the bay is what you’ll see as you step onto the terrace of the aptly named Ocean Terrace Inn. I spent three nights at this newly renovated 4-star hotel during my visit to St Kitts and just had to stop a moment and soak up that colourful view every time I crossed the terrace.
You’re never far away from a great meal on St Kitts and Nevis from sizzling street food and casual beachside eating to high-end hotel and restaurant dining. Here’s what tickled my taste buds as I ate my way around the restaurants and beach bars of St Kitts.
If you’re looking for some Caribbean luxury in your life you won’t have to go far in St Kitts to find it. St Kitt’s hotels offer all types of luxury from restored plantation estates with rain forest spas to brand new eco resorts. This little island is top of its game when it comes to luxury island escapes. Let’s get acquainted with St Kitt’s sophisticated side.
I’m just back from a week in St Kitts a small, but perfectly formed island, in the Caribbean. It’s one of the oldest colonised territories, and tiny, at just 23 miles long by 5 miles wide sited where the Caribbean meets the Atlantic Ocean.